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definite ideas about who will be the next commander-in-chief. willthink hillary clinton run and she will be an interesting candidate. there are some republican governors who have done great. scott walker, chris christie, jeb bush. i think the republican governors have shown that you can take care of your citizens, be compassionate, be fairer to your state wiselyun the so that the future is not jeopardized or impaired. the great french political 1909 theer said around american system of democracy will prosper until that moment when the politicians discover that they can bribe the electorate with their own money. it is a path to destruction. it will not help working people. it will not make for a better future. steve wynn violated that one with george clooney. there may have been some tequila involved, expletives exchanged. nn, wanted to tell us all about it. live in a and doctors very strange bubble of their own. ed, highlyollycoddl privileged like george, barbra streisand, successful performing artists live in a relatively small world. they are very solicitous and caring for them. t
. want to run for president? >> good question. i think hillary clinton is going to run. she will be a good candidate. there are republican governors who have done terrific jobs in their states. scott walker, chris christie. job inh did a great florida. i think republican governors have shown you can take care of your citizens, be compassionate or your citizens, be fair to your citizens, and run the state wisely so the future is not jeopardized. i think that is the lesson we will try and convey, hopefully -- whether you are democrat or republican -- that there is a path here. , the greatocqueville french political philosopher, system ofamerican democracy will prosper until such time as the -- politicians is covered they can bribe the public with their own money." it is a path to destruction. it will not make for a better future. it will destroy them. >> all right, he is quite a character. and to steveph wynn for that. coming up, the unemployment rate did drop and the payrolls did increase. i will speak to the vice chair energy and commerce committee, marsha blackburn joining
storyteller. >> who would you like to see run for president? >> good question. i think hillary clinton is going to run. she will be an interesting candidate. i think there are some republican governors that have country for jobs in their states. scott walker, chris christie, jeb bush did a great job in florida. i think the republican governors have shown you can take care of your citizens, be compassionate for your citizens, be fair to your citizens, and run the state wisely so the future is not jeopardized or impaired. i think that is the lesson we are going to try and convey hopefully whether you are democrat or republican. the great french political 1909sopher said around that the american system of democracy will prosper until the moment the politicians discover they can bribe the electorate with their own money. we are now writing the people with borrowed money. it is a path to destruction. it will not help working people. it will not make for a better future for the people today. it will destroy them. >> i'm going to tell you something. i was impressed with steve went. he got in
it's more entertainment. >> a job is a job. secretary clinton spoke of their trade. -- fair trade. >> fair means the government does not give one industry an advantage compared to the industry in another country. it does not nickel its currency. american companies can compete with anyone on a level playing field. >> do we have that now? you agree that we have lost a lot of textile jobs? >> i was just in china. what is striking, you buy chinese socks and walmart and there's only five percent cheaper than if you buy the same socks and china. we don't have a level playing field. >> i have a friend in china who says the same thing. >> it goes back and forth. you look at some headlines over the past couple of weeks. it for pepsi, china sales up double digits as the u.s. declines. gm, china sales rival u.s. sales. apple -- how important is china to u.s. growth? >> at the moment, not terribly important. in the future comment can be. if you look at where you are going to see income growth and consumption growth in asia -- we're not that dependent on china in the moment. , if it'sdown that
season three is done because i do not want to wait. >> everyone has their own way. president clinton liked the show. ask what does he say? >> they are going to watch it together. >> what are the theater pieces that have influenced you the most? is it shakespeare? >> to some degree, shakespeare. i have not done that much shakespeare. i have really just on richard the second and richard the third. you think about it, but i have never been an actor who has to play a certain part. it has been about what directors want to see me do. some of the most extraordinary experiences i have had have been doing eugene o'neill. the relationship that i was able to develop, and i was able to play his son. or i did "the iceman cometh." it is something about the way in which eugene o'neill attacked the characters he created. the complexities, the alcoholism, the despair. there's something about that. one of the most remarkable writers for whom there was nothing between their heart in -- and the pen. it just came and there was no blockage. they were not afraid to expose and share with an audience. even a
night, president clinton said if the sanctions keep going up, russia might have to examine deals with western countries when it comes to energy. >> we will pick that point up in a moment. talk to me about what is happening with ukraine. >> ukraine was another place that shell was looking to expand its business. and had an agreement with the central government of ukraine to explore for gas and a stable country. that part of the country is controlled by separatists. not something -- is going to be able to work on any time -- that is not something shells going to be able to work on in the future. on shall incote russia. should we be worried about the situation? davide serra is ceo and founder of algebris. tap on, so got the we should not worry about the russians turning the tap off. >> the market is underestimating this. ukraine, i cannot see a win-win, that is not what worries -- that is what worries me. , mistakes from geopolitical points of view. pushyas been a bit too with the anti-ballistic missiles in eastern europe. from a putin perspective, he lost the empire in russia. the
it was abused? >> well, going way back to my days as a cartel prosecutor in the clinton administration, records, data on phones, and in those days, it was not so much cell phones, but their work some cell phones, it was crucial in the investigations that brought down the cartels, and in the cases before the supreme boards, the data was crucial, as well. in one case, there were gang videos. it was a gang retribution murder case, and in another case, there was data that identify the home of the person who was arrested, that then led the police to go there and search the home and find lots of guns and drugs and other things, and in both of these cases, the data was crucial, but the question was, was it time sensitive? did they needed at that moment, or could they have gone to a judge and secured a warrant? they'd in both cases had probable cause. i tell my friends to be conservative on these things. if you can get a warrant, get a warrant and, because you do not want to put the fate of all police actions on the court, and they could make bad law. >> ok, we are watching matt. brian cunningham, seni
obama, hillary clinton. politics in your future. he said he is not looking to get into politics. yes he what -- guess what he thinks is our future from a political standpoint. politics.s they are educating our children. you come out the womb and you know how to use that. that is crazy. when was the last time an infant just one-year-old could operate a tool that sophisticated that adults use and do business with. apple is an amazing company. i think tomorrow politics will change. >> it is interesting. when he answered apple, i thought our you kidding me, but it is -- i thought are you kidding me, but it is about -- you absorb it and thought about what it meant. now the amount of information we have, that you can create and put out there. he talked about 3-d printing, creating your own content on youtube. no longer are the world's influencers telling us how to think and live. >> it reminds me of the media theorist who said the medium is the message. you used to get your information in a newspaper. now it is being delivered to you by these new platforms that companies like apple and google
of the more people it will get for him and russia's economy. >> how might president clinton then retaliate -- putin then retaliate? >> that is the wild card because russia can italian in serious ways. we know about the dependence of europeans on russian gas and energy. precious metals and cyber warfare that they could do. expected to match the u.s. moves and an equal level, and they could keep it coming up a for a couple of more years. thank you for joining us on the latest between the russia and the ukraine and the u.s. tom bill sachs book to my colleague about the long-overdue need for immigration reform. >> the reality is we are not doing as much as we could in -- because we simply do not have the hands to do so. it will help to reduce the deficit, it will ensure social security, it is long overdue. >> our agriculture correspondent joins me now from washington. good secretary vilsack seem at all optimistic about the chances for legislation? --he was deathly definitely upbeat about the chances this year. necessity, a a coalition coalescing around this bill, and some of the forces that ha
clinton does run and has unsuccessful primary -- >> let's assume she runs. nobody has ever gotten a free pass in presidential elections going back to eisenhower. who is the most likely democrat to run against her? >> someone will. i do not know. governor o'malley is talking about it. she was almost unbeatable then. she started with 40% of the democratic primary. now she is up around 60% or 70%. nobody in either party is confident. it does not mean somebody will not run or get 30% somehow. i think if somebody runs, they are trying to set themselves up for the future and get their name out. >> you granite state people do not like to coronate people. >> people who don't care, i put bernie sanders in that category. you might get a few hard progressives from the left. and governor o'malley in that category. and do not suggest that a coronation is a good thing for a candidate. look at successful presidential candidates like george h.w. bush who came through a very tough primary and bill clinton and obama. it is something about being a challenge and developing a message and finding out how to c
served as ambassador-at-large to the former soviet union during the clinton administration, and he has held senior roles on the security council and the state department. he is currently the professor of international diplomacy at columbia and a senior fellow on the council of foreign relations. his new book explores the personalities and little-known stories of foreign policy. it is called "maximalist: america in the world from truman to obama." i am pleased to have steve sestanovich back at the table. great to have you back in the studio. ukraine. >> yeah. >> russia. where are we? >> it seems we're looking at a rolling dismemberment of ukraine. and i think it may turn out to be too strong a statement. i hope so. right now, the way the russians seem to be handling this is to challenge the authority of the ukrainian government and to warn that if they try to assert its authority in the eastern provinces where the support is weaker that russia will respond. respond they will, as the foreign minister said, as they did in georgia in 2008, the threat of war. >> they're threatening war if w
." they call hillary clinton's return while the greatest in history. is chief white house correspondent for the hell. i'm pleased to have them at the table for the first time. i said you are the chief, i don't know if you are. to do the bookea at this time, about from two different people? >> that's a good question. we both worked at politico and we were very fascinated and looking at her time in state. it not have been well covered. she has a press corps that traveled with her, but this is a woman who's going to be running for president. we wanted to look into what she did the last four years and see if she was papal bull, if she would pass the test, what voters would look at during her time in state and that's what we did. had done a few stories together and we had a good collaboration. work? does that ande had two computers open i would write a few paragraphs that i could see the edits happening in the file and then she would write a few paragraphs. you conducted some 200 interviews with people about her. was there a single event -- when you talk to people about her, people who like
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